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Leaders of Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party are among 69 people now on trial on charges including murder and belonging to a criminal group.
Fire crews tackle a "well-developed" blaze at a church in Govan, Glasgow, which led to the evacuation of residents living nearby.
Manchester City Ladies midfielder Jill Scott apologises for headbutting Arsenal's Jade Bailey after the Gunners win 1-0.
Fifteen women contact police fearing they were targeted by a night-stalker rapist who admitted 11 offences when he appeared in court.
A bomb attack on a UN vehicle in Somalia's Puntland region kills at least 10 people, police say.
Stars of the acting world have paid tribute to Kevin Spacey at a gala event at the Old Vic as he steps down as artistic director.
EU ministers are to meet in Luxembourg to discuss the deaths of migrants after the latest boat capsize in the Mediterranean in which hundreds died.
Community leaders are due to meet in Galliagh, Londonderry to tackle anti-social behaviour following trouble in the area on Friday night.
According to a new study, a quarter of people with Parkinson's say they have had their symptoms mistaken for drunkenness. Jayne McCubbin reports.
South Africa's Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini, whose comments have been blamed for a wave of xenophobic attacks, is set to appeal for restraint.
A new species of glass frog has been found in the Talamanca mountains of Costa Rica.
Two teenagers are winched to safety by an RAF rescue helicopter after getting cut-off by the tide and stuck on a cliff at Aberystwyth.
All Black fly-half Aaron Cruden is set to miss the World Cup after tearing cruciate knee ligaments playing for Waikato.
A Conservative government would ensure the rest of the UK does not "lose out" from Scottish devolution, David Cameron will say ahead of the launch of the SNP's manifesto.
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The SNP is to unveil its election manifesto, setting out an "alternative to austerity" and positioning the party as a force for UK-wide change.
Police are investigating the discovery of a body by emergency crews tackling a blaze at a Leicestershire cottage.
Welsh Labour focuses on older voters, while Tories commit to a Wales Commonwealth Games bid on the final day to register to vote for the general election.
Arguments about the environment haven't been headline news during this election campaign so far but the parties have united on the issue of fracking in the Vale of Glamorgan where it is a hot topic.
The new children's commissioner vows to be the "voice of all children and young people" as she takes up her post.